Transportation services for individuals with disabilities in Chicago, SE Wisconsin, and the surrounding suburbs aren’t too hard to come by. Aside from public and regular taxi transport options, there’s also private non-emergency medical transportation, helping those who have conditions that limit their mobility.
Chicago and SE Wisconsin residents have regular healthcare needs. This is why specialized transportation for patients in wheelchairs is necessary.
Having someone in your home with disabilities can be difficult and can be an emotional experience. Whether your family member has been battling with their condition since birth or their disability has only onset suddenly, there is a lot of responsibility in taking on the needs for a person with special needs.
Wheelchair Accessories for a More Comfortable Experience After years of working closely with patients and individuals utilizing mobility aids, we’ve learned that life in a wheelchair can be challenging, having to rely on others for certain tasks and setting back one’s independence. Here’s where we take a look at the different add-ons for enhancing one’s […]
Providing Chicagolands’ Students, Faculty and Families with Accessible Rides Accessibility can be a pressing concern for education in Chicago. Reliable and safe transportation for all students, especially those with special needs, is essential. With BriteLift’s corporate accounts, schools can easily manage rides for students, their families and faculty. Serving Chicago Students & School Districts BriteLift […]
Helpful Tips When Booking Wheelchair-Friendly Transportation in Chicago Chicagoland Wheelchair Community Tips Booking wheelchair accessible transportation for appointments, picking up supplies or any destination could feel like a daunting task. Your journey can be easy if you consider a few factors: Double Check Your Appointment It’s important that you check the date and time of your appointment again before you book with […]
How Chicago Wheelchair Patients are Navigating the Pandemic With the Difficulties Involved, How have wheelchair patients adapted? The current pandemic has put extra strain on wheelchair patients, especially if an underlying condition could mean they are at higher risk during the current health crisis. Many factors should be considered when it comes to safely getting to appointments, […]